The Centre for Enterprise Development and Regional Economy (CEDRE) is one of the conduits of SETU Waterford’s mission to be a major contributor to the economic growth and development of Ireland’s South East region.
With extensive expertise amongst its academic and research staff, in a wide range of disciplines, SETU Waterford is well resourced to be a key force in supporting, promoting and developing entrepreneurship in the region. CEDRE brings this expertise together in an open, flexible and collegiate manner.
It provides a framework and environment for entrepreneurs, researchers, academics and policy makers/implementers to engage in a mutually complementary manner to support economic growth and development in the region.
CEDRE is exploring a number of research themes:
Regional Innovation Systems
Entrepreneurial Regions and Regional Development
Stakeholder engagement and collaborative coalitions
Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Process
Small Business (Enterprise) Creation and Development
Main Point of Contact: Prof. Bill O'Gorman, Director at the Centre for Enterprise Development & Regional Economy at SETU Waterford.
Phone: 051 302 947
Email: [email protected]
For further information or to contact one of the CEDRE staff, please visit: CEDRE